Warm Beer & Cold Women
Cape Breton Bound- There isn't any other place like it. Trust me on this! I truly hope that listening to this song will encourage you to decide to go and experience the place, and most especially, the love and genuine hospitality of it's people for yourself! Rusty Old American Dream-When I was just a kid, our neighbor, Mr Nelson had a 1962 Cadillac with a Champagne paint job. He would only drive it on Sundays and would faithfully Polish it afterwards like the thoroughbred it was. Mr. Nelson, if you're up there, this track is dedicated to you. I wish you endless open highways. Mr Wilcox, I hope you enjoy my version of your song. Hello Dad-This song was written so many years ago that I can't believe it myself. It depicts the struggles that we all must go through when searching for that sense of self and identity. It's amazing to listen to it now and realize that, even after all this time, it is still a long long way to where I'm goin' and I'm still a long long way from where I've been. The more things change, the more they stay the same.Dad, I hope you like the way I've turned out so far. Oceanside Again-What else needs to be said? The folks in Nova Scotia invented a good time and they practice regularly. If you decide to go there, I highly recommend that you make sure that you're caught up on your rest! Warm Beer and Cold Women-My version of a protest song. Give My Love To Rose- Like many musicians of my generation, I cut my teeth on Johnny Cash tunes. He was, and is, a musical Icon for the ages. The Man In Black gave us music to last for generations, but more importantly, demonstrated to all of us that faith and perseverance can turn lives for the better. I Ain't Gonna Do That Anymore-This is one of those songs that gets written when you're absolutely at the very bitter end of your patience. When you absolutely, positively don't want to hear another word about it, or deal with a situation ever again. The names have been omitted to protect the innocent and the guilty! Please Don't Bury Me-Of all the John Prine songs out there, this one expresses a joy in living that comes through in it's lyrics. This Old Guitar-John Denver gave all of us Guitar players a song that we can all call our own. Truer words about playing guitar and how it is affected by life were never written. Thank you John from the bottom of my heart. You are sorely missed by all of us who play and sing.